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In pictures: Inside the murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

Kyle Rittenhouse reacts to the verdict during his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse, November 19.  Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse reacts to the verdict during his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse, November 19.  Sean Kmore

Kyle Rittenhouse reacts to the verdict during his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse, November 19.  Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Kariann Swart, Joseph Rosembaum's fiancee, Susan Hughes, Anthony Huber's great-aunt, and Hannah Gittings, Anthony Huber's girlfriend, listen to the verdict, November 19.  Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kariann Swart, Joseph Rosembaum's fiancee, Susan Hughes, Anthony Huber's great-aunt, and Hannah Gittings, Anthmore

Kariann Swart, Joseph Rosembaum's fiancee, Susan Hughes, Anthony Huber's great-aunt, and Hannah Gittings, Anthony Huber's girlfriend, listen to the verdict, November 19.  Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Kyle Rittenhouse hugs one of his attorneys Corey Chirafisi as he reacts to the verdict, November 19.  Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse hugs one of his attorneys Corey Chirafisi as he reacts to the verdict, November 19.  Sean Kramore

Kyle Rittenhouse hugs one of his attorneys Corey Chirafisi as he reacts to the verdict, November 19.  Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Tanya McLean, aunt of Jacob Blake, reacts to the verdict in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, outside the Kenosha County Courthouse, November 19.  REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Tanya McLean, aunt of Jacob Blake, reacts to the verdict in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, outside the Kenoshamore

Tanya McLean, aunt of Jacob Blake, reacts to the verdict in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, outside the Kenosha County Courthouse, November 19.  REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Kyle Rittenhouse pulls numbers of jurors out of a tumbler during his trail at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, November 16.   Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse pulls numbers of jurors out of a tumbler during his trail at the Kenosha County Courthouse inmore

Kyle Rittenhouse pulls numbers of jurors out of a tumbler during his trail at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, November 16. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Kyle Rittenhouse's attorneys, Mark Richards, and Corey Chirafisi, listen as Judge Bruce Schroeder talks during the trial, November 16. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse's attorneys, Mark Richards, and Corey Chirafisi, listen as Judge Bruce Schroeder talks duringmore

Kyle Rittenhouse's attorneys, Mark Richards, and Corey Chirafisi, listen as Judge Bruce Schroeder talks during the trial, November 16. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Kyle Rittenhouse, looks on as the jury is let out of the room, during a break at his trail at the Kenosha County Courthouse, Wisconsin, November 15.  Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse, looks on as the jury is let out of the room, during a break at his trail at the Kenosha Counmore

Kyle Rittenhouse, looks on as the jury is let out of the room, during a break at his trail at the Kenosha County Courthouse, Wisconsin, November 15. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger holds Kyle Rittenhouse's gun as he gives the state's closing argument, November 15.  Sean Krajacic/Pool

Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger holds Kyle Rittenhouse's gun as he gives the state's closing argumenmore

Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger holds Kyle Rittenhouse's gun as he gives the state's closing argument, November 15. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Judge Bruce Schroeder speaks to issues on jury instruction, November 15.   Sean Krajacic/Pool

Judge Bruce Schroeder speaks to issues on jury instruction, November 15. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Judge Bruce Schroeder speaks to issues on jury instruction, November 15. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Judge Bruce Schroeder watches an evidence video with Kyle Rittenhouse and his attorney Mark Richards during proceedings, November 12.   Sean Krajacic/Pool

Judge Bruce Schroeder watches an evidence video with Kyle Rittenhouse and his attorney Mark Richards during prmore

Judge Bruce Schroeder watches an evidence video with Kyle Rittenhouse and his attorney Mark Richards during proceedings, November 12. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Kyle Rittenhouse breaks down on the stand as he testifies about his encounter with the late Joseph Rosenbaum, November 10. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse breaks down on the stand as he testifies about his encounter with the late Joseph Rosenbaum, more

Kyle Rittenhouse breaks down on the stand as he testifies about his encounter with the late Joseph Rosenbaum, November 10. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Wendy Rittenhouse, Kyle Rittenhouse's mother, reacts as her son is cross-examined by Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger, November 10.   Sean Krajacic/Pool

Wendy Rittenhouse, Kyle Rittenhouse's mother, reacts as her son is cross-examined by Assistant District Attornmore

Wendy Rittenhouse, Kyle Rittenhouse's mother, reacts as her son is cross-examined by Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger, November 10.   Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger cross examines Kyle Rittenhouse, November 10.  Mark Hertzberg/Pool

Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger cross examines Kyle Rittenhouse, November 10.  Mark Hertzberg/Pool

Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger cross examines Kyle Rittenhouse, November 10.  Mark Hertzberg/Pool
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Kyle Rittenhouse talks about how Gaige Grosskreutz was holding his gun when Rittenhouse shot him on Aug. 25, 2020, while testifying, November 10.  Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse talks about how Gaige Grosskreutz was holding his gun when Rittenhouse shot him on Aug. 25, 2more

Kyle Rittenhouse talks about how Gaige Grosskreutz was holding his gun when Rittenhouse shot him on Aug. 25, 2020, while testifying, November 10. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Judge Bruce E. Schroeder uses a magnifying glass to examine photographic enlargements during a dispute over the reliability of enlarged digital images, November 11.  Mark Hertzberg/Pool

Judge Bruce E. Schroeder uses a magnifying glass to examine photographic enlargements during a dispute over thmore

Judge Bruce E. Schroeder uses a magnifying glass to examine photographic enlargements during a dispute over the reliability of enlarged digital images, November 11.  Mark Hertzberg/Pool
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Mark Richards, lead attorney for Kyle Rittenhouse, with help from Kenosha Police Department Detective Ben Antaramian gets help demonstrating how the late Joseph Rosenbaum could have gotten shot in the hand by Kyle Rittenhouse as Dr. Douglas Kelley, a forensic pathologist with the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office testifies, November 9. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Mark Richards, lead attorney for Kyle Rittenhouse, with help from Kenosha Police Department Detective Ben Antamore

Mark Richards, lead attorney for Kyle Rittenhouse, with help from Kenosha Police Department Detective Ben Antaramian gets help demonstrating how the late Joseph Rosenbaum could have gotten shot in the hand by Kyle Rittenhouse as Dr. Douglas Kelley, a forensic pathologist with the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office testifies, November 9. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Kyle Rittenhouse points and names people in a photograph taken on the night of Aug. 25, 2020, as he testifies, November 10. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse points and names people in a photograph taken on the night of Aug. 25, 2020, as he testifies,more

Kyle Rittenhouse points and names people in a photograph taken on the night of Aug. 25, 2020, as he testifies, November 10. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Kyle Rittenhouse waits for his trial to begin for the day, November 10. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse waits for his trial to begin for the day, November 10. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse waits for his trial to begin for the day, November 10. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Defense attorney Mark Richards asks Kenosha Police Detective Ben Antaramian to show him Kyle Rittenhouse's rifle and bullets before court begins, November 9. Mark Hertzberg/Pool

Defense attorney Mark Richards asks Kenosha Police Detective Ben Antaramian to show him Kyle Rittenhouse's rifmore

Defense attorney Mark Richards asks Kenosha Police Detective Ben Antaramian to show him Kyle Rittenhouse's rifle and bullets before court begins, November 9. Mark Hertzberg/Pool
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JoAnn Fielder, who was part of the group Kyle Rittenhouse was with the night of August 25, 2020, demonstrates how Rittenhouse was pulling his hair after the incident where he killed two people and injured a third, November 9. Sean Krajacic/Pool

JoAnn Fielder, who was part of the group Kyle Rittenhouse was with the night of August 25, 2020, demonstrates more

JoAnn Fielder, who was part of the group Kyle Rittenhouse was with the night of August 25, 2020, demonstrates how Rittenhouse was pulling his hair after the incident where he killed two people and injured a third, November 9. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Nicholas Smith testifies that he protected Car Source along with a group including Kyle Rittenhouse on the night of August 25, 2020 during Rittenhouse's trial, November 9. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Nicholas Smith testifies that he protected Car Source along with a group including Kyle Rittenhouse on the nigmore

Nicholas Smith testifies that he protected Car Source along with a group including Kyle Rittenhouse on the night of August 25, 2020 during Rittenhouse's trial, November 9. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Judge Bruce Schroeder confers with Mark Richards, Kyle Rittenhouse's lead attorney and Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger at the end of the day, November 8.  Sean Krajacic/Pool

Judge Bruce Schroeder confers with Mark Richards, Kyle Rittenhouse's lead attorney and Assistant District Attomore

Judge Bruce Schroeder confers with Mark Richards, Kyle Rittenhouse's lead attorney and Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger at the end of the day, November 8. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Heather Williams, a firearms examiner, talks about the bullets Kyle Rittenhouse used on Aug. 25, 2020, during his trial, November 8.   Sean Krajacic/Pool

Heather Williams, a firearms examiner, talks about the bullets Kyle Rittenhouse used on Aug. 25, 2020, during more

Heather Williams, a firearms examiner, talks about the bullets Kyle Rittenhouse used on Aug. 25, 2020, during his trial, November 8. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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A teargas canister taken by Gaige Grosskreutz during the civil unrest in Kenosha late August of 2020 is shown to the court, November 8.   Sean Krajacic/Pool

A teargas canister taken by Gaige Grosskreutz during the civil unrest in Kenosha late August of 2020 is shown more

A teargas canister taken by Gaige Grosskreutz during the civil unrest in Kenosha late August of 2020 is shown to the court, November 8. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Defense attorney Corey Chirafisi questions Kenosha Police Officer Jeffrey Van Wie as he testifies, November 5.   Mark Hertzberg/Pool

Defense attorney Corey Chirafisi questions Kenosha Police Officer Jeffrey Van Wie as he testifies, November 5.more

Defense attorney Corey Chirafisi questions Kenosha Police Officer Jeffrey Van Wie as he testifies, November 5. Mark Hertzberg/Pool
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Sahil Khindri, whose family owns Car Source, testifies, November 5. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Sahil Khindri, whose family owns Car Source, testifies, November 5. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Sahil Khindri, whose family owns Car Source, testifies, November 5. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Mark Richards, Kyle Rittenhouse's lead attorney, looks at a text message sent to Anmol Khindri, whose family owns Car Source, November 5. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Mark Richards, Kyle Rittenhouse's lead attorney, looks at a text message sent to Anmol Khindri, whose family omore

Mark Richards, Kyle Rittenhouse's lead attorney, looks at a text message sent to Anmol Khindri, whose family owns Car Source, November 5. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Richie McGinniss, chief video director for the Daily Caller describes the fatal shooting of Joseph Rosenbaum, November 4.   Mark Hertzberg/Pool

Richie McGinniss, chief video director for the Daily Caller describes the fatal shooting of Joseph Rosenbaum, more

Richie McGinniss, chief video director for the Daily Caller describes the fatal shooting of Joseph Rosenbaum, November 4.   Mark Hertzberg/Pool
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Kyle Rittenhouse's mother, Wendy and his sister, McKenzie, embrace as the judge lets the court out for a lunch break, November 4. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse's mother, Wendy and his sister, McKenzie, embrace as the judge lets the court out for a lunchmore

Kyle Rittenhouse's mother, Wendy and his sister, McKenzie, embrace as the judge lets the court out for a lunch break, November 4. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Richard "Richie" McGinniss, chief video director for The Daily Caller, shows how Kyle Rittenhouse was holding his rifle before he shot Joseph Rosenbaum as he gives testimony, November 4. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Richard "Richie" McGinniss, chief video director for The Daily Caller, shows how Kyle Rittenhouse was holding more

Richard "Richie" McGinniss, chief video director for The Daily Caller, shows how Kyle Rittenhouse was holding his rifle before he shot Joseph Rosenbaum as he gives testimony, November 4. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Judge Bruce Schroeder watches video of Kyle Rittenhouse taken by Richard "Richie" McGinniss, chief video director for The Daily Caller, November 4.  Sean Krajacic/Pool

Judge Bruce Schroeder watches video of Kyle Rittenhouse taken by Richard "Richie" McGinniss, chief video direcmore

Judge Bruce Schroeder watches video of Kyle Rittenhouse taken by Richard "Richie" McGinniss, chief video director for The Daily Caller, November 4. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Mark Richards, lead attorney for Kyle Rittenhouse, points at a screen shot of video taken by the FBI as he questions Kenosha Police Detective Martin Howard, November 4. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Mark Richards, lead attorney for Kyle Rittenhouse, points at a screen shot of video taken by the FBI as he quemore

Mark Richards, lead attorney for Kyle Rittenhouse, points at a screen shot of video taken by the FBI as he questions Kenosha Police Detective Martin Howard, November 4. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Koerri Washington says he recognizes a photograph of a garbage truck on fire while testifying, November 3.   Sean Krajacic/Pool

Koerri Washington says he recognizes a photograph of a garbage truck on fire while testifying, November 3. Smore

Koerri Washington says he recognizes a photograph of a garbage truck on fire while testifying, November 3. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Kyle Rittenhouse is reflected in the monitor as he watches video of himself from the night of Aug. 25, 2020, November 3. Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse is reflected in the monitor as he watches video of himself from the night of Aug. 25, 2020, Nmore

Kyle Rittenhouse is reflected in the monitor as he watches video of himself from the night of Aug. 25, 2020, November 3. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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Kyle Rittenhouse, left, talks with his attorney Natalie Wisco during a break in his  trial, November 8.   Sean Krajacic/Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse, left, talks with his attorney Natalie Wisco during a break in his  trial, November 8. Seanmore

Kyle Rittenhouse, left, talks with his attorney Natalie Wisco during a break in his  trial, November 8. Sean Krajacic/Pool
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